Movie Ads Lawsuit

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If you go to the movies, then you've been subjected to ads for everything from cell phones to Army recruiting. Aired during the previews, advertisements can delay the actual starting time of the movie by three minutes or more. Chicagoan Greg Scott says "enough is enough," and has taken the Classic Cinema movie theater chain to court.

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*Plaintiff in lawsuit against movie theaters over ads being shown before the feature.

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